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Legislation: Resolutions & Orders

Hannah Pingree on the Record

Legislative Support: Resolutions & Orders
Resolutions & Orders Sponsored by Hannah Pingree

As we near the end of the first quarter of the 122nd Legislature (2005), more than 1500 bills have been submitted for consideration. Over the coming months, as these bills are made into official legislative documents and scheduled for public hearing, we'll be listing and describing the most significant and controversial issues being considered for you right here.

We've also created an archive of all of the legislation I've sponsored and supported including those from the 121st Legislature (2003-2004). For additional information on specific resolutions and orders, you can always search the State of Maine's Legislature Bill Status Database.

Major Resolutions and Orders Being Considered in the 2005 Session

LD 2 :: (HP7)
Resolution Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Limit the Rate of Change in Taxable Value of Homestead Land.

The two important property tax reform measures— including Bill LD1 (HP6)— proposed by the Governor were finally passed into law in both the Senate and the House on January 20, 2005. Visit the Joint Select Committee on Property Tax Reform web site for all the details on how this was achieved.

Other 122nd Session Resolutions & Orders

Joint Resolution on Behalf of Maine Women with Cervical Cancer

Joint Order To Study the Movement to a Paperless Legislature

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